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GSCE chem

QuestionAnswer
What is the definition of solvent The liquid in which a solute dissolves to make am solution.
What temperature does water boil at? 100 degrees
What process takes place when a liquid turns to gas? evaporating
What word describes the clear liquid that comes through the filter paper? filtrate
What is the purpose of filtration? Separating an insoluble solid from a liquid
how are liquid particles arranged? Randomly arranged and very far apart, move around in fast directions.
what temperature does hydrogen boil at? -252.9 degrees
What is the method used to turn solid to gas? sublimation
Define a mixture? contains elements and compounds that is not chemically joined together.
define deposition? gas to a liquid
Created by: lucyconstance